Tackling green issues with system synergy
December 3, 2014
Our planet is going through an interesting phase of development where humanity has achieved some of the supposedly impossible things. Our energy consumption has multiplied and so has knowledge and standards of living. Every human comfort is within our grasp. However, much needed energy sources, which cause pollution, are limited, which means that new cleaner sources of energy needs to be promoted and utilized to meet ever growing demands.
However, this development and dependency on limited energy sources has created a lot of green issues. Forests have been cut down and a lot of ‘green’ has been diminished by water and air pollution. Increasing human needs leave almost no way out as more and more of companies and governments jockey to tap the last remaining earth resources. According to some estimates, humanity has reduced forests around the world by 50%! In fact, humans have also ruined countless natural sources of clean water. Our dependency on fuels for energy is further taking away from what’s left. What can be done about this?
Few environmentalists and innovators believe that the answer to this dilemma, and ultimately the critical green problem on our planet, is in system synergy. What is system synergy?
What is system synergy?
The idea is basically to bring everything under one simple rule, maximizing results through technology and minimizing the dependency on green energy resources. Tackling green issues with system synergy is actually the best bet to alleviate the massive consumption of natural resources on the planet.
In wasn’t long ago that governments realized that there should be certain laws that can promote better use of energy while at the same time limiting access to natural resource for the purpose of conservation. Although governmental implementation of many new laws in this regard are years from being realized. Although, certain individuals and corporations have taken the initiative to change the way things are done.
Consulting engineers like CP Group offers integrated services. This includes everything from mechanical engineering to lighting, and from communication to environmental sustainability. Each process is designed to help maximize system synergy for affecting the planet positively.
How can you be a part of the change?
Tackling green issues with system synergy is everyone’s responsibility. It does not mean that you will have to pay something extra or install things that cost a lot more. On the other hand, system synergy planning improves usability of the existing recourses while making room for new technology that can help save companies’ money and the environment at the same time.
Anyone can be a part of the process. Whether you are building a new home or office, experts can help with each part of the construction and ensure that you work with the planet, and against the environment.
Connor Pincus Group. Consulting Engineers.
Address: 1196 Toorak Road, CAMBERWELL, VIC 3124
Phone: (03) 9835 5000
Fax: (03) 9835 5050
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